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The Shift from ME to WE: 4 Zones Maximizing Your Work Space

The Shift from ME to WE: 4 Zones Maximizing Your Work Space

Shifting space from ME to WE, the Connection Zone Collection by KI celebrates the social experience. See below for 4 specific zones, each with unique elements that control the conversation differently:

Thinking Design: Focus & Regenerative Areas in One Space

Thinking Design: Focus & Regenerative Areas in One Space

This space features a mix of focus and regenerative areas in one smaller footprint.

Thinking Design: Collaboration + Concentration

Thinking Design: Collaboration + Concentration

A perfect combination for collaboration or concentration space, all furniture in this layout has been arranged around Trellis to support power needs

Invite the Power of Pure Air with NAAVA Living Walls

Invite the Power of Pure Air with NAAVA Living Walls

With the help of NAAVA walls, fresh air and nature can be brought inside an entire office while catering to the unique features and changing needs of the space.

Thinking Design: Open Concept

Thinking Design: Open Concept

This large layout illustrates all four of our work styles into one solution. 

Thinking Design: 4 Workstyles in 1 Space

Thinking Design: 4 Workstyles in 1 Space

This layout is designed around Unite panels and provides all four work styles.

Thinking Design: Ideation and Interaction

Thinking Design: Ideation and Interaction

Ideation and interaction are the themes of this large workspace. 

What's Your Workstyle?

What's Your Workstyle?

Using our human-centered design approach, we’ve identified 4 common work styles that encompass employee preferences and different types of work.  What's your favorite workstyle?

Thinking Design: Team Pods

Thinking Design: Team Pods

This layout consists of two large pods designed for teams that usually work individually,but frequently must interact and collaborate with one another.

Color and Pattern Energize a Modern Office Space

Color and Pattern Energize a Modern Office Space

Installed in November 2017, DePaul (a progressive, private not-for-profit organization) had very outdated workstations for many years.  After building numerous assisted living and mental health facilities across New York, the time came to bring their own space up to date.